Policy makers, in their haste to forget the Vietnam War, also forgot to learn from it. By H. R. McMaster.
The controversy over President Obama’s peace award is nothing new. The history of the prize has been anything but peaceful. By Bertrand M. Patenaude.
Having a vision for the future—and being held accountable for it. By George P. Shultz.
This president played against type, pursuing a low-profile crusade to avoid nuclear Armageddon. An excerpt from a new book by Hoover fellows Martin and Annelise Anderson.
Whether the United States will remain the world’s dominant power is a question that will be answered by . . . the United States. A talk with Hoover fellow Kori N. Schake. By Christian Brose.
General Jack Keane, who helped create the surge, says the war in Iraq was well worth it. By Peter Robinson.
An alliance for the purposes of defense has grown into an alliance for the purposes of democracy. By Zoltan Barany.
Obama’s inauguration was historic, but his inaugural speech was not. By Peter Robinson.